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Nevoks Feelin AR Review: Worry-Free Vaping

Nevoks Feelin AR

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The bottom line

The Feelin AR is a pod device that does some things better than the Feelin AX but it also does some things worse. It’s smaller, lighter, and more portable. For MTL vaping, it’s a better device and gives a tighter draw than its predecessor.

It’s also easier to use due to the lack of adjustable wattage. The automatic wattage adjustment does a fine job of setting the output to an appropriate level for the pod so new and beginner vapers will get a great experience from it. This makes it a better pick than the Feelin AX for MTL vapers and for those new to vaping.

The areas where the Feelin AR does worse is battery life and charging, as well as adjustability. The 1000mAh battery still lasts for three days but it’s not going to last four days like the Feelin AX. It also takes 80 minutes to charge, which is pretty lengthy.

For those who like more options and control over their vape, the Feelin AR is also not the device to choose. You can’t manually adjust the wattage (although I think it does a fine job of adjusting that itself), and there’s no screen or button activated firing.

All things considered, the drawbacks to the Feelin AR don’t come close to nullifying it as a good daily driver for a pod vape and the pods and resistance options alone make it a lot better than many other pod vapes out there right now. 

For RDL and medium to tight MTL vapers who want a simple pod vape to use on the daily, the Feelin AR is a pod vape that I can easily recommend.

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If you’ve been following along with my reviews then you’ll know that I recently reviewed the Feelin AX, an adjustable pod vape from Nevoks. That device has a screen, adjustable wattage, adjustable airflow, and a wide range of pod options – all things which make it a nice device for experienced vapers looking for full control over their vaping experience.

But what if you don’t want to fiddle around with adjusting everything and are instead after a simpler device? The Feelin AR might be the answer.

The Feelin AR is a lot like the Feelin AX but more straightforward to use. It still has adjustable airflow but there’s no screen or adjustable wattage. The Feelin AX automatically adjusts the output for the pod that you use, so it’s a worry-free experience. It’s also slimmer and lighter than the Feelin AX.

  • 1 x Feelin AR Device
  • 1 x 0.8Ω A1 Pod (3ml)
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Type-C Cable
  • 1 x A1 Platform Card
  • Size: 111.2mm x 21mm x 13.45mm
  • Weight: 41g (with pod)
  • Pod Capacity: 3ml/2ml
  • Draw activated
  • RDL to tight MTL draw
  • Battery Capacity: 1000mAh
  • Wattage Range: 9-30W (non-adjustable)
  • Adjustable Airflow Slider
  • Charging: 1A Type-C

Design & Build Quality

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The Feelin AR is meant to be a simpler and more easily carried device than the Feelin AX. This fact was immediately apparent to me from the moment that I took it out of the box. The Feelin AR is smaller, slimmer, and lighter than the AX and by a large margin too.

The Feelin AR is 111mm tall, 21mm wide, and 13.45mm deep. Compare this to the Feelin AX which is 120mm tall, 24mm wide, and 16.4mm deep. There’s a clear difference in size and the Feelin AR just feels much smaller and more portable.

It’s a typical pod vape shape, tall and slim, and it feels really wonderful. Unlike the Feelin AX, the Feelin AR has a soft touch baked finish on top of the aluminum alloy casing so it doesn’t slip out of my hand. This coating has a premium feel and seems durable too, standing up to wear and tear quite well.

Out of the nine colors that are available, I received the Cream White and Coral Pink colors for this review. I’ve been using both and the colors are both nice but the Coral Pink is not really my style. The minimal look of the Cream White is far more suited to my likings. I wouldn’t have minded receiving the red, blue, or black colors though.

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Instead of a screen, the Feelin AR has just a simple LED indicator that is front and center on the device. This indicator is there only to display the charge state of the battery and lights up green, blue, and red.

There are also no buttons on the Feelin AR and it’s activated by drawing on the mouthpiece. It’s a really simple design that doesn’t offer a lot in terms of adjustability, but it’s easy to use.

The one thing that you can adjust on the Feelin AR is the airflow. The exact draw that you get is going to be greatly affected by the pod resistance that you use but with the wide range of pods available, you can vape from MTL to RDL with this device. The airflow slider is a bit smaller than the one on the Feelin AX but works more or less the same, with a small silver knob.


Pods

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The Feelin AR uses the same pods as the rest of Nevok’s other pod vapes, A1 pods. These pods are the same ones used by the Feelin AX and presumably will be the same ones used for their future devices. This means that pod availability should remain good and you shouldn’t have a problem finding them in stock.

Only one pod comes with the Feelin AR, the 0.8Ω pod. There are also 0.4Ω, 0.6Ω, and 1.2Ω pods available. These pods can all be purchased with a 3ml capacity, however the 0.8Ω and 1.2Ω pods are the only ones available with a 2ml capacity. This means that if you live in a TPD country, the latter two pods will be your only options.

The 3ml, 0.8Ω pod that comes with the Feelin AR is very easy to fill. The fill port is on the side of the pod but you have to remove it from the device in order to access it. Filling is straightforward and the 3ml capacity is really nice to have.

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The pods connect magnetically and the connection is strong and secure. The pod moves very little when inserted and stays securely attached.

When inserted, about two-thirds of the pod is hidden inside of the Feelin AR. This makes it very difficult to track where your ejuice level is at without removing the pod. Once removed, the hidden portion of the pod is lightly frosted but it’s easy enough to see into the pod.


Features

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The whole reason why you would pick up the Feelin AR over the Feelin AX is because it’s a simpler device, so it shouldn’t be surprising that it doesn’t have too many features to go over.

The wattage on this device automatically adjusts itself based on the pod that you’re using. I’m guessing that it sets the wattage in the same way as the Feelin AX, because the Feelin AR has a similar wattage output range of 9-30W. If this is the case, the wattage outputs for each pod are:

  • 0.4Ω Pod: 28W
  • 0.6Ω Pod: 22W
  • 0.8Ω Pod: 18W
  • 1.2Ω Pod: 12W

Although you can’t adjust the output, these defaults are where I had the best experience with the Feelin AX and I didn’t deviate too far from these wattages, even though I could. It’s the same story with the Feelin AR – the wattage output feels just right for each of the pods so I don’t feel like I need any more or any less power, it’s just right.

The draw activated firing is responsive and works flawlessly. This is good because there’s no button to turn to if it didn’t, so I’m happy with how the draw activated firing is tuned.

One last thing to mention is that the pods use australian cotton and a mesh coil. Nevok’s says that this provides better and more even heat distribution and thus richer and more consistent flavor. They also say that this allows the pods to last for more than 30ml of ejuice. I’ll touch on these claims in the performance section of this review but let’s just say that they’re very good pods.


Battery life & Charging

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One tradeoff for the Feelin AR being smaller, lighter, and simpler than the Feelin AX is the battery capacity. It has a 1000mAh battery – 33% smaller than the 1500mAh battery on the Feelin AX. 1000mAh is still a good size for a low-power pod vape but it’s still going to die more quickly than the Feelin AX.

The Feelin AR has been lasting me for about 3 days on average per charge. That’s better than the average of two days that I get from most other pod vapes so it definitely exceeded my expectations.

The LED indicator on the front of the Feelin AR lights up to indicate where the battery charge is sitting. There are three colors, green, blue, and red:

  • Green: 60-100%
  • Blue: 30-60%
  • Red: 0-30%

Another downgrade from the Feelin AX is the charging speed. The Feelin AR charges with 1A Type-C charging so the charging times are pretty long, taking an hour and twenty minutes to recharge from dead.


Performance

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The Feelin AR performs a little bit differently than the Feelin AX and that’s for one major reason: the airflow slider. It’s much smaller on the Feelin AR and so you don’t get quite as much airflow into the device as you do with the Feelin AX. For this reason, I found that it does tight MTL a little bit better. RDL vaping doesn’t seem to be affected, with the Feelin AR still doing RDL quite well.

The Feelin AR only comes with a single 0.8Ω pod (3ml) but I received the other pods for testing as well. These are the 0.4Ω pod (3ml), 0.6Ω pod (3ml), and 1.2Ω pod (2ml). I used 50/50 nicotine salt ejuices in 35mg strength for the 0.8Ω pod and 1.2Ω pod, and a 70VG freebase nicotine ejuice in 6mg strength for the 0.4Ω and 0.6Ω pods.

0.4Ω Pod

The draw can be quite airy with the airflow open so you’ll want to close it a bit for a true RDL draw. Lots of clouds from this pod, which is impressive for a pod vape. Flavor is pretty good and it’s a satisfying vape if you’re after a RDL draw with some clouds. The vapor feels pretty warm too.

0.6Ω Pod

The airflow with this pod is a bit less than with the 0.4Ω pod so I didn’t have to close the airflow off quite as much to get a good RDL draw. Flavor is a step up from the 0.4Ω pod and clouds are about the same. Again, good warmth from the vapor and a nice vape with a 6mg freebase ejuice.

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0.8Ω Pod

The draw with the airflow open is more of a medium MTL than a loose MTL, which is a change from the Feelin AX. The airflow can be closed for a tighter MTL vape and it actually gets pretty tight the more you close it off. I really like the draw and the hit from my nicotine salts with this pod. This ended up being my favorite pod to use because of the good flavor, consistency, and airflow.

1.2Ω Pod

This pod isn’t too different from the 0.8Ω pod and delivers a medium MTL with the airflow open and a tighter MTL draw the more you close the airflow. The vapor is a little bit cooler, but not by much, and the flavor is just a little bit less intense than the 0.8Ω pod. I liked this pod way more with the Feelin AR than I did with the Feelin AX, just because of the tighter, more ‘true’ MTL draw.

Pod longevity has proven to be the same as it was with the Feelin AX, with all of these pods lasting for close to 30ml of ejuice and still showing no signs of fading. The flavor has remained consistent with all of them and I think they can still last for at last another few refills.


Verdict

The Feelin AR is a pod device that does some things better than the Feelin AX but it also does some things worse. It’s smaller, lighter, and more portable. For MTL vaping, it’s a better device and gives a tighter draw than its predecessor.

It’s also easier to use due to the lack of adjustable wattage. The automatic wattage adjustment does a fine job of setting the output to an appropriate level for the pod so new and beginner vapers will get a great experience from it. This makes it a better pick than the Feelin AX for MTL vapers and for those new to vaping.

The areas where the Feelin AR does worse is battery life and charging, as well as adjustability. The 1000mAh battery still lasts for three days but it’s not going to last four days like the Feelin AX. It also takes 80 minutes to charge, which is pretty lengthy.

For those who like more options and control over their vape, the Feelin AR is also not the device to choose. You can’t manually adjust the wattage (although I think it does a fine job of adjusting that itself), and there’s no screen or button activated firing.

All things considered, the drawbacks to the Feelin AR don’t come close to nullifying it as a good daily driver for a pod vape and the pods and resistance options alone make it a lot better than many other pod vapes out there right now. 

For RDL and medium to tight MTL vapers who want a simple pod vape to use on the daily, the Feelin AR is a pod vape that I can easily recommend.

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Jamie Gann

Jamie is a Staff Writer for Versed Vaper with nearly 10 years of industry experience. After being a smoker for several years, Jamie discovered vaping when a friend bought him his first setup. Before joining the team, he spent three years as the Manager of a local vape shop, gaining practical experience with everything from pod vapes to rebuildable atomizers. He has also previously worked as a freelance writer for other tech and vaping media websites. Jamie now uses his knowledge and experience to educate others through his reviews. You’ll find Jamie on the weekend, toolkit in hand, surrounded by box mods, wicks, and wires, trying to get the perfect cloud.

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